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Trump / Iran & Foreign Policy / A Discussion (Part II) #1106687

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 01, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Trump supporters Jeffrey Lord & Kayleigh McEnany, Democrat Paul Begala, "New York Times" columnist Frank Bruni & Gen. Mark Hertling about President Trump, the State Department, Iran & Australia. [LORD, BEGALA, BRUNI, McENANY, HERTLING - offers views on the State Department protest: liberal unionists, the "dissent channel" in State, the Trump approach to executive orders resulting in confusion, Trump picking a fight with Australia, the revolution against the world order, Trump's speaking about the "movement"; is this an "America Only" policy that hurt alliance building.] [By phone, "Washington Post" reporter Philip RUCKER†- talks about Trump's testy Saturday phone call with the Australia prime minister over refugee policy.]
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